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Divorce From Wife for Deserting Me

Posted 6 hours ago  |   Unanswered  |  Divorce & Alimony

How to get all money paid to builder as a refund.

Posted 7 hours ago  |   Unanswered  |  RERA

SMF for Foreign investment reporting

Posted 7 hours ago  |   Unanswered  |  Startups

Political Party Registration

Posted 23 hours ago  |   Unanswered  |  Constitutional Matters

How to get money back from the builder?

Posted 1 day ago  |   Unanswered  |  Property/Real Estate

How to change the incorrect name of a person?

Posted 1 day ago  |   Unanswered  |  Civil Litigation

Conflict In The Date Of Possession Delivery In Sale Agreement And Rera Website

Posted 3 days ago  |    1 Answer  |  RERA

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Builders may push back the dates of completion of their projects given to the buyers in the agreement and give another date to the RERA to avoid penalties in case the project gets stuck for any reason, whatsoever. Because of this, even after the builder causes a delay in the date possession, the home buyer cannot complain about him to the authorities until and unless the date mentioned with RERA has been passed. This puts the buyer in a bind. The extension of the date by not altering the agreeme
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Divorce From Husband On The Grounds Of Cruelty And Mental Harassment

Posted 3 days ago  |    1 Answer  |  Divorce & Alimony

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Cruelty, Mental or physical is a valid ground for divorce in religious as well as secular laws in India. Section 13 of The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 provides for dissolution of a marriage by a divorce based on several grounds, and one of them is cruelty. Section 27 of The Special Marriage Act, 1954 provides for the grounds of divorce and it also talks about cruelty in marriage. By Cruelty, we think an act of physical violence against a person by another but it also includes any kind of emotional
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Caste Certificate without relevant documents

Posted 3 days ago  |    1 Answer  |  Civil Litigation

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You can apply to get a caste certificate by submitting your Aadhar card/driving license/electricity bill/ address proof and a caste certificate from any member of paternal side with the concerned authorities. However, in your case where there’s no connection from anyone on paternal side you must get two government servants to certify that you are known to them and that you belong to a certain caste along with the attested copies of their Identity cards. You must hire the best Civil Litigation
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How to deal with Online Money Fraud?

Posted 3 days ago  |    1 Answer  |  Cyber Crime

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With the rapid increase in the usage of internet, technology and ability to reach out to anyone in the world, crimes have also started to take place with the use of the same technology. Online fraud is one of these and it mainly involves online money fraud and identity theft. The methods used by these criminals are evolving constantly. Since these are frauds are often done using a computer only, identifying is the location of the criminal or deciding the jurisdiction for these cases is comparati
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How to deal with online fraud?

Posted 4 days ago  |   Unanswered  |  Cyber Crime

How to deal with online blackmailing?

Posted 5 days ago  |    1 Answer  |  Cyber Crime

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You must be brave and not be scared of this guy’s text messages. You must not agree to his demands, either. Once you start giving in to the demands of such a person’s demands, they will not stop. They will see you as a weak person who can be easily manipulated over text messages. He will try to overpower you every chance he will get. You should inform your parents about these threats and contact authorities. You must lodge an FIR against the boy if he doesn’t stop and continue with the har
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Can a Mutual Consent Divorce be converted into Contested Divorce?

Posted 5 days ago  |    1 Answer  |  Divorce & Alimony

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A mutual consent divorce is a simpler way out of a failed marriage in India. In this, both the spouses agree to go their separate ways and acknowledge each other’s decisions. In an uncontested divorce The consent of both the parties is the key. Matters regarding the divorce such as Alimony, child custody, maintenance, Division of assets, etc. will also be decided by the consent of both the parties. This is a cheaper and faster way out of a marriage than a contested divorce. You must hire t
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How much time will it take to get a divorce?

Posted 5 days ago  |    1 Answer  |  Divorce & Alimony

Advocate Avdhesh chaudhary
Advocate
Dear client, there's 2 way of getting divorce first if you both agree then u may go for divorce through mutual consent which under 13B of Hindu marriage act. It's takes around months to get final degree of divorce. If one spouse is not ready then divorce is filed on the grounds mentioned in Hindu marriage act. By this way it takes more time. But no fixed time limit can't be given as it depends on many factors which differs case to case. Any way just to find out ur case u have to meet
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Handwriting analysis in Cheque Bounce case

Posted 6 days ago  |    1 Answer  |  Cheque Bounce

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Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act deals with the cases of cheque bounce. There can be a lot of reasons for bouncing of a cheque such as insufficient funds, the closing of an account, false signatures, etc. For a case, U/S 138 of this Act can lead the accused for imprisonment that may extend up to a term of 2 years along with fine. You must connect with the best Cheque Bounce lawyers in India to help you understand the process. It is also permissible in law to file a criminal complai
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How to apply for divorce after forced marriage?

Posted 6 days ago  |    1 Answer  |  Divorce & Alimony

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A forced marriage occurs when one or both spouses do not consent to the marriage. One might be forced into a marriage by the use of coercion, guilt, threats, blackmail, harassment, financial pressure, physical force or might even get tricked into such marriage. If one of the spouses doesn’t want to get married and the marriage goes ahead anyway, it is forced marriage. You must hire the best Divorce Law Attorneys in India to give you a clear understanding of this concept. A forced marriage
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Child Custody After Divorce

Posted 6 days ago  |    2 Answers  |  Divorce & Alimony

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In India, getting a divorce is a traumatic and time-consuming process. Divorce is in fact, a frowned upon practice in our society. It can be really saddening for the couple and their relatives, even. Divorce is the complete breakdown of a marriage between two people. You must hire the best Divorce law advocates in India to make sure that your divorce proceedings go smoothly. In Indian legal system there can be two types of divorces that are likely to take place: Divorce by mutual consent
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Copy of Supreme Court Order

Posted 1 week ago  |    1 Answer  |  Supreme Court

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A certified copy of an order of the Hon'ble Supreme Court can be obtained by filling the relevant forms providing the information asked. You must hire the best Supreme Court lawyers in India to know about the process in detail. However, Parties and Lawyers involved in the case can get the copy of the order directly while any other person will have to give a relevant reason as to explaining the need of the said, order. A nominal fee would be charged and you will be given a receipt, then
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Wrongly discharged from Military

Posted 1 week ago  |    1 Answer  |  Armed Forces Tribunal

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This is a case of discharge from military services, which means that courts of Indian Legal system have almost no authority in this matter. You must hire the best Armed Forces Tribunal Lawyers in India for this situation. You can file a petition in the tribunal explaining your problem and seeking the right remedy for it. The pleadings should be typed in English and must contain all the details and documents necessary to support your problems. The petition must be filed at a place where you were
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